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Federal Grants ‘More Generous Than Expected’

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 18th October 2011 -  The latest round of medical research grants were announced yesterday – with studies investigating diabetes and kidney disease in Aboriginal children and their mothers among…

Health & Medical Research Philanthropy Under the Spotlight

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 11th August 2011 -  Not for Profit and community leaders, business and medical researchers are coming together for the first time in Sydney this month to look at how to best work together to build a stronger…

Trial Project to Assist Vulnerable Children

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 16th June 2011 -  A new tool to assess the health, well-being and needs of vulnerable children will be trialed in four locations across Australia following recommendations from the Not for Profit…

Australia’s Biggest Health Survey Begins

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 3rd March 2011 -  The Australian Bureau of Statistics is about to start the biggest health survey ever conducted in Australia in conjunction with the National Heart Foundation. The first Australian…

Grants for Men’s Sheds

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 16th February 2011 -  The humble backyard shed has long been revered as a special place by Australian men, but the potential for the shed to create connections and provide support for older and disadvantaged…

Biggest Ever Australian Health Survey

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 12th May 2010 -  The health of Australians will be getting its most comprehensive check-up ever, with the announcement of the Australian Health Survey. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)…

Health Pressures Skyrocket in Intergenerational Report

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 3rd February 2010 -  Australia faces significant intergenerational challenges of an ageing population, escalating pressures in the health system and climate change according to the Federal Treasury’s…

Low Immunisation Figures Puts Communities At Risk

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 21st January 2010 -  Rapidly declining immunisation rates in Australia are putting communities at risk of pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella and swine flu, especially as the school year is about to…

Australia’s Welfare 2009 – How Do We Measure Up?

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 24th November 2009 -   A rapidly changing society, with changed patterns of marriage and family formation, an ageing population, greater workforce participation by women, differing economic…

Leukaemia Patients & the AusCord Network

Staff Reporter, Monday, 23rd September 2002 -  Children with leukaemia and other cancers will have greater access to life-saving treatment with the launch of a national network for the collection of cord blood and some strong…
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